Slideshows in iRev
katir at hindu.org
Sun Dec 20 14:23:39 EST 2009
Stephen barncard wrote:
Oh! that one... yes I remember when (circa 1998) I went through our old
web sites and removed all these redirects (very bad strategy from a CMS
point of view, a nightmare in fact) and I put all the redirects into a
single matrix file with a Rev cgi to drive 404's to other pages. (I
still use it today... very sweet and easy to maintain and fast)
But I can see the utility here. No sure if there are pros or cons to
post "run" to the iRev page and then the iRev page would start inserting
this into the head... with the URL for the next slide updated on each
round. If the user clicks a "stop" button then the iRev page removes
this from the head and reverts to manual drive buttons....
I'll try it. Thanks!
> you can do the automatic advance in html using the REFRESH meta
> I've built photo galleries around a lot of html pages and refresh tags.
> Depreciated by the W3C for redirects, but works like a champ for this
> Place inside <head> to refresh page after 5 seconds:
> <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="5" />
> Redirect to http://example.com/ after 5 seconds:
> <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="5;url=http://example.com/" />
> Redirect to http://example.com/ immediately:
> <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0;url=http://example.com/" />.
> 2009/12/19 Sivakatirswami <katir at hindu.org>
>> while waiting for the plug-in to settle down ( I can't deploy revlets until
>> the update function is working)
>> Now, I'm wondering if there is a way to make this thing drive itself, so
>> the user does not have to click the next button, using iRev code.
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